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Elvis Presley and Hal Wallis on the set of 'Roustabout', 1964.  |  Hal Wallis :"Going into the army certainly changed Elvis,he had become more mature because being in the army was unlike anything he'd known before . His sense of humour also developed along with his career as a soldier." - See more at: http://movies.elvispresley.com.au/hal_wallis_and_elvis_presley.shtml#sthash.gqbUYSuG.dpuf

Elvis Presley and Hal Wallis on the set of 'Roustabout', 1964. | Hal Wallis :"Going into the army certainly changed Elvis,he had become more mature because being in the army was unlike anything he'd known before . His sense of humour also developed along with his career as a soldier." - See more at: http://movies.elvispresley.com.au/hal_wallis_and_elvis_presley.shtml#sthash.gqbUYSuG.dpuf

Elvis in Frankfurt, in the restaurant Weinhaus Brückenkeller, late August 1959. talking about the new film, "G.I.Blues" he will do after his Army service for .Hal Wallis

Elvis in Frankfurt, in the restaurant Weinhaus Brückenkeller, late August 1959. talking about the new film, "G.I.Blues" he will do after his Army service for .Hal Wallis

King Edward VIII on German tour, 1937

The King and Hitler: The fascinating relationship between Edward VIII and the Führer

A rare behind the scenes shot of Elvis talking to Producer Hal Wallis. 1960   | When Elvis returned from the army in 1960, Hal Wallis was waiting with a new four-year contract that he had prepared. In addition to making four pictures for Wallis, Elvis would also be allowed to do two outside pictures the first year, one each in the second and third years, and two in the fourth.    : http://movies.elvispresley.com

A rare behind the scenes shot of Elvis talking to Producer Hal Wallis. 1960 | When Elvis returned from the army in 1960, Hal Wallis was waiting with a new four-year contract that he had prepared. In addition to making four pictures for Wallis, Elvis would also be allowed to do two outside pictures the first year, one each in the second and third years, and two in the fourth. : http://movies.elvispresley.com

Blue Hawaii was the first of three Elvis films to be shot in Hawaii, followed by Girls! Girls! Girls! in 1962 and Paradise, Hawaiian Style in 1965. Producer Hal B. Wallis was keen to put Presley into a film that showed how the army affected a man.

Blue Hawaii was the first of three Elvis films to be shot in Hawaii, followed by Girls! Girls! Girls! in 1962 and Paradise, Hawaiian Style in 1965. Producer Hal B. Wallis was keen to put Presley into a film that showed how the army affected a man.

A portrait of Edward VIII, the eldest son of George V born in Richmond, Surrey. Picture shows him wearing uniform when he was in the Navy (in World War I) and the Army. He succeeded his father (20th January1936), but abdicated (11th December) on account of general disapprobation of his proposed marriage to Mrs Wallis Simpson.

A portrait of Edward VIII, the eldest son of George V born in Richmond, Surrey. Picture shows him wearing uniform when he was in the Navy (in World War I) and the Army. He succeeded his father (20th January1936), but abdicated (11th December) on account of general disapprobation of his proposed marriage to Mrs Wallis Simpson.

"King Creole" Carolyn Jones and Elvis Presley - "For those who appreciate film noir, the textures of bitter dames and lost loves, mistakes made and heartless thugs are all finely woven in King Creole. Little wonder that it was whatshisname’s favorite film."

"King Creole" Carolyn Jones and Elvis Presley - "For those who appreciate film noir, the textures of bitter dames and lost loves, mistakes made and heartless thugs are all finely woven in King Creole. Little wonder that it was whatshisname’s favorite film."

"Easy Come, Easy Go" - Release Date: 14 June 1967 (USA)  - A Presley picture is the only sure thing in Hollywood was famous Hollywood producer Hal Wallis' view on Elvis' movies.

"Easy Come, Easy Go" - Release Date: 14 June 1967 (USA) - A Presley picture is the only sure thing in Hollywood was famous Hollywood producer Hal Wallis' view on Elvis' movies.

Elvis in the army in Germany , august 17 1959 , talking with Producer Hal Wallis about his futur movie project ( G-I blue ).

Elvis in the army in Germany , august 17 1959 , talking with Producer Hal Wallis about his futur movie project ( G-I blue ).

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